Split in Two Keeping It Together When Your Parents Live Apart by Karen Buscemi
  

Synopsis

Split in Two Keeping It Together When Your Parents Live Apart by Karen Buscemi

From how to organise your stuff to making both houses feel like your home, to how to negotiate with your parents to get the things you need, Split in Two helps readers to deal with parents who live apart. Advice includes how to become a better packer, organiser and money-saver. Short chunks of text are accompanied by comic-style cartoon strip artwork, which further address the issues covered. Nearly every other page comprises speech bubbles including helpful real-life hints and tips from others who have gone through this split. An informal, chatty tone means this book takes a down-to-earth, non-patronising approach to the important issues addressed.

Reviews

'The text has a compassionate tone and sprinkled throughout are answers to questions that readers might have, as well as snippets of advice from teenagers who have found out what works best for them.'

About the Author

Karen Buscemi is a freelance writer who has written about beauty, fashion, health, and fitness for numerous magazines.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
120 pages

Author

Karen Buscemi
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Publisher

A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

25th September 2010

ISBN

9781408128152


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